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Apport d'un nouveau protocole de régionalisation dynamique du climat pour l'estimation du bilan hydrique de douglasaies

Abstract : Quantifying the regionalized impacts of climate change on forests is a major ecological and socio-economic issue. The decline of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) has been observed for about 20 years and should be accelered. Recent work shows that regionalized estimation of water balance under forest canopy is hampered by the ability of regional climate models to correctly simulate precipitation amount and seasonal cycle. Here we evaluate the ability of a new climate regionalization protocol to simulate a realistic precipitation regime required for the calculation of forest soil water balance.
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Valentin Blanchet, Philippe Amiotte-Suchet, Nathalie Bréda, Vincent V. Badeau, Thierry Castel. Apport d'un nouveau protocole de régionalisation dynamique du climat pour l'estimation du bilan hydrique de douglasaies. 35ème colloque annuel de l'Association Internationale de Climatologie, Météo-France; Université Toulouse III, Jul 2022, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-03693215⟩

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